Viparita Chakrasana Yoga helps to stretch and strengthens the feet, thighs, hips, hands, wrists, neck, and stomach. reduce mental stress it provides calmness to the mind
helps to stretch the spine and improves flexibility, stretching wrists, arms, abdomen, and back. improve lung capacity and helps pituitary and thyroid function
asana is very beneficial to females relive for relieving menstruation. help to reduce harmful toxins from the body and improve concentration and focus on the work
Urdhva Dhanurasana 2 is asana for Gluteal Muscles. Regular practice of this pose helps to strengthen gluteal muscles. increases the energy levels in the body
help to improve balance and coordination with breathing and body. increase the confidence level, increase mental alertness, increase and energizes the body and mind
Urdhva Dhanurasana helps stretch the chest and expand the lungs for breathing, strengthen your buttocks and extend your hips. increases the energy levels in the body
Laghu Vajrasana helps to open the third eye chakra, throat chakra, and heart chakra. helps to control the high blood pressure and decrease urinary problems
Kapotasana helps to relieve stress and soothes the mind and gives positive energy. the elasticity of the arms, spine, thighs, calf muscles and relieve constipation.
Nakrasana rejuvenates the whole body and makes one feel lively and vigorous. develop powerful wrists, reduce lethargy of the body and fatigue of the brain
Eka Pada Viparita Dandasana is highly recommended for infertility, asthma, back pain, and osteoporosis. helps to massage the abdominal organs, and increase breath capacity
The name Ustrasana is derived from the words ustra meaning camel and asana meaning posture.
Bhujangasana helps to improve the male and female reproductive systems in the body. health benefits of Bhujangasana, help to get a glow on your face
Parsva Dhanurasana 4 helps to stretch the spine, neck, shoulders, chest, and abdomen. improve pulmonary function, which in turn boosts energy, confidence, and self-esteem
Dhanu means a bow. The hands here are used like a bow-string to pull the head, trunk and legs up and the posture resembles a bent bow.